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Derick Rethans' Blog:
Starting Xdebug's debugger with Firefox
April 04, 2007 @ 07:41:00

Today, Derick Rethans quickly points out a handy tool to interface with the PHP debugger package, XDebug via everyone's favorite browser - Firefox.

I was recently searching for sites that mention Xdebug and found a FireFox 2 extension that allows you to trigger Xdebug's debugger without having to use XDEBUG_SESSION_START as parameter. The extension works by adding the XDEBUG_SESSION cookie itself. You can configure which IDE key it uses.

The extension, XDebug Helper (currently in 0.1) makes the task of starting and stopping the XDebug debuugger as simple as a click of a button.

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